Our volunteers are trained to respond to basic technical rescues, motor vehicle accidents, technical level Hazmat incidents, along with the structural and wildland fires traditionally viewed as the primary responsibility of a fire district.
Emergency Medical Service
Our volunteers are trained to effectively respond to Basic (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS) medical and trauma emergencies, basic technical rescues, and motor vehicle accidents.
We have mutual aid agreements with other fire districts, Port Angeles, Olympic National Park, the State Department of Natural Resources, the National Park Service, and the National Forest Service. These agreements allow Fire District 4 to receive or provide additional resources when the need arises.
- We promote public safety through educational programs.
- We work in cooperation with the local FEMA sponsored Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and the Joyce Emergency Planning and Preparation (JEPP) group in preparing our people for a regional disaster.
- We operate a Fire Safety trailer for children at local events and schools, teaching them what to do inthe event they are caught in a house fire. The trailer is often loaned to other districts in the county.
- Recruitment at our school sustains a Junior Firefighter program designed to bring young persons along and prepare them for medical and firefighter training when they reach 18 years of age.
- We have mutual aid agreements with other fire districts, Port Angeles, Olympic National Park, the State Department of Natural Resources, the National Park Service, and the National Forest Service.
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